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September 26, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 166

This week, Mark Loader’s most successful photo,
Rob Stimers chimes in on the water skier conundrum,
Dave Honl will be conducting a one day flash workshop in Melbourne on October 13th,
the boys from CPW are back in the US of A for the next couple of weeks,
plus, seeing the world the same way your lens does.

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Duration: 45:36


September 19, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 165

Filed under: CPW,Echuca,film noir,Mike Hollman,Outback NSW Tourism,Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:00

This week, we chat about my assignment for Outback NSW Tourism,
Echucapolooza 2 (and 2.5),
being passionate about your art,
the TED speech by Simon Sinek,
CPW heading back to the US late September/early October,
the Sydney Film noir shoot,
my new Lowepro ProRoller AW450,
Shelton’s new site,
Photomerchant,
using a reflector for the water skier conundrum,
or a Better Beamer.

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September 5, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 164

This week, I’m joined by long time SI listener, and multi-published author, Mike Hollman.

Mike offered to call me on skype to discuss my tourism shoot next week, as he has done quite a few gigs along these lines.
Rather than just keep all that info for myself, I asked if Mike would mind if we made it an episode of the podcast, as I felt there might be some good info there for other photographers.

Also mentioned in this episode, the Photographer’s Ephemeris.

Check out some of Mike’s stunning landscape work at mikehollman.com

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Duration: 47 :26